Facial recognition system used by the National Police of the Netherlands

The nationwide system, which includes workstations for facial search, comparison and analysis was recently launched at the National Forensic Service Centre. Dutch police officers can now submit a facial image for search against their databases and save precious time.This facial recognition system is an extension of the biometric services that have been successfully delivered over many years by Safran Identity & Security in the Netherlands. The original system provides search, analysis and matching services for fingerprints and palm prints.

Country: Austria


Stakeholder: Government

Tags: biometrics, Netherlands, law enforcement, forensic, facial search

Posted on Friday 17 March 2017

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